If anything has been learnt by me from numerous hours of mine playing the game Castlevania Puzzle in your unlocked iphone4, it is that just as something is not always what you are used to, it does not mean necessarily that it is a bad thing. A big gamble was taken by Konami by delivering just one puzzle game inside a package of Castlevania. Do you think that the gamble paid off?
Castlevania Puzzle generally has you playing in the place of someone called Alucard and you are supposed to make your own way through the castle of Dracula in order to demolish it. You have a view of an awesome portion of this game, which is the map of the castle along with Alucard sprite running from one room to the other. And each of the rooms is accessed just by touching a line which is a link to the following room. One room is supposed to be accessed only with one certain ability, such as unlocking the doors, or a plenty of other ways are there.
While travelling from one room to the other room, you must run the great risk of walking into a foe. In this essence, I do mean that almost every room is expected to end in a battlefield. When you somehow run into any enemy, while changing the room there will be flashes of red in the background and you will be taken to the battle screen by the game itself. The battle screen while fighting places both you and your enemy characters supposedly in the mid-screen as they are having a “fight.” Both the sides of this game screen now have one playing field for each character. Two gems start dropping, and each of the players needs navigation to them to their any desired location.